Architectural Analysis Simplified and growing Programming Language support
CodeScene on-prem Release 4.2
We’re proud to announce a new release of CodeScene on-prem, version 4.2.
CodeScene’s architectural analyses are powerful; they let you view code health trends for whole sub-systems and services, and also detect team coordination issues and knowledge silos at a high level. In this release we make the architectural analysis more accessible by providing support for automatically generating the architectural definitions.
We have also expanded CodeScene’s delta analysis with a detailed code review of new files with lower code health. The delta analysis is typically used as a quality gate integrated with pull requests in GitHub/BitBucket/GitLab/Azure Devops. This helps you detect potential problems early when they are still affordable to fix, and the added code review makes the findings actionable.
Then there’s the other side of the coin; when code is successfully refactored, we want to provide that feedback too:
CodeScene’s code health metric is language specific and requires support for each programming language. In this release, we expand our support to also include the PowerShell language. In total, CodeScene now supports 28 programming languages.
CodeScene 4.2 includes many other improvements and feature additions. The full release notes are included with the product.
We hope you will enjoy these new features as much as we do! Read more about CodeScene here.